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Wednesday, July 19, 2006
Precision is another action game by cactus which plays a bit like the RunMan series, although you're able to exert some degree of control over your character's horizontal movements.

The objective is to collect green bottles and make it to the ladder located on the last building in each screen. Your leap height is determined by your running speed, and movements are only allowed when your feet touches the ground. Expect a lot of sliding thanks to the old pair of shoes that your character is wearing.

The sky changes depending on whether you're playing the game in the morning or late at night. Only five levels, although the developer promises another twenty in the near future.

Name: Precision
Developer: cactus
Category: Action
Type: Freeware
Size: 1MB


Anonymous cactus said at 7/16/2006 09:05:00 AM:  
Yeah, the game isn't done yet. I intend to make more levels, but it's an extremely time consuming process, since they need a lot of testing before you can figure out if they're impossible to complete or not.
Blogger Sidd said at 7/16/2006 10:00:00 AM:  
maybe you could ask some people to help test some of your levels?
Anonymous cactus said at 7/16/2006 11:40:00 AM:  
Well, I asked some people if they wanted to make their own levels for the game, and some of them did. I got one of them to make two levels for me, which were pretty good. But other than that there seemed to be a general lack of interest in the game to begin with :/

I'll see if I can get some testers instead. I'll probably make a level editor too, so that I can have a decent reason to keep the game relatively short :P